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2014 birželio 26 d., 13:08 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pridėtos 3-4 eilutės:
Žvilgsnis yra tiesioginis išgyvenimas. Jisai išgyvenimo lygmuo, kuriame niekas neskiria pažinovą ir pažinimo lauką, tad sutampa tiesos turinys ir išraiška. Matant tiesiogiai išgyvenama.
Pridėta 46 eilutė:
* nulinis atvaizdis, nes žvilgsniu sutampa pažinovas ir pažinimo laukas
2014 birželio 26 d., 12:51 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pridėta 25 eilutė:
* an outlook or model.
2014 birželio 26 d., 12:49 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-2 eilutės iš
Žr. [[Požiūrių sudūrimas]]
į:
Žr. [[Požiūriai]], [[Požiūrių sudūrimas]], [[Apibrėžimas]]
Ištrintos 42-59 eilutės:

'''Neapibrėžtas žvilgsnis ir apibrėžtas žvilgsnis'''

Sulyginu Dievą su neapibrėžtu žvilgsniu ir žmogų su apibrėžtu žvilgsniu.

Apibrėžto žvilgsnio apimtis apibrėžta, o neapibrėžto žvilgsnio apimtis neapibrėžta.

* an unlimited view has the supposition identify equally, unconditionally with all of its perspectives (like a nondeterministic automata)
* a limited view has the supposition identify with Any of its perspectives (like a deterministic automata).

The unlimited view is the one for which "all statements are true" - I suppose it is the (supposed) point which goes beyond into all perspectives.

* A limited view is, so to speak, a subset of itself, whereas an unlimited view is not a subset of itself, hence contradictory, as in Russell's paradox.
* A limited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it comes out from'', and so it is one perspective among all of them. An unlimited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it goes into'', and so it is all of the perspective. In other words, it is crucial which direction we are thinking about in defining things. An unlimited view is immersed, empathetic and endless. A limited view is framed, detached and finite.

* A view of the unknown is a view of the Indefinite, and unlimited view. It has a scope, but the scope is not fixed, not defined. ... It has not yet mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is increasing, hence the suppositions are indefinite, and this is looking forwards. An unlimited view is that for which the supposition includes within it all of its perspectives. It is pregnant with them all, and they are differentiated within it prior to it going out as them. An unlimited view engages through and identifies with them ''all'' equally, unconditionally (it is nondeterministic). (God is all of his possibilities.)
* A view of the known is a limited view, a view of the Definite. It has a scope, and that scope is fixed, defined, established. ... It is mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is decreasing, hence the suppositions are definite, and this is looking backwards. A limited view is that for which the supposition is one of its perspectives. It differentiates them upon going beyond itself. A limited view engages through and identifies itself with ''any'' one of its perspectives (it is deterministic). (I am one of my possibilities.)
* A view of the unknown can distinguish more than a view of the known. Idea: A view of the unknown does not distinguish understandings, whereas a view of the known does.
2014 birželio 26 d., 12:42 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pridėtos 1-2 eilutės:
Žr. [[Požiūrių sudūrimas]]
Ištrintos 42-52 eilutės:

'''Žvilgsnių sudūrimas'''

* CategoryTheory helps us consider composition of views and what structure they preserve. Composition of views is associative in that it respects ''stepping in'' and ''stepping out''.
* Composition of views is coinciding of views with regard to some scope. As the scope reduces to nothing there is complete coinciding, even as their perspectives are kept separate.
* An unlimited view of a limited view may see more than simply the limited view by itself, for example, as a post-parser that is more sensitive, in that it is able to uncover a message that was jibberish or noise to the pre-parser.
* A view may see more by taking up other views, focusing and thereby intensifying its own view.
* A view may also see less by taking up another view if it restricts its view, if there is a reduction in transparency.
* A view may, in the right context, take up views so as to cancel itself and escape itself.
* A sequence of views may, in the right circumstances, be cut in half and switched around, thus emphasizing symmetry or asymmetry, and in effect, allowing for a switch in direction. For example, the sequence human-God-human-God-human may be broken and switched around, thus identifying God (God) with God (good), and human (unknown) with human (known). Or, for example, Knowledge as the ''truth of concepts'' is related to God as the ''concept of truth'' in that it uncollapses structure by presenting it in its commuted order.
* A view may, in the right circumstances, look within itself, as Suhit Dey notes, rather than outside itself, and thereby initiate independent thinking, returning to one's thoughts, climbing out of oneself, ultimately finding a fixed point, canceling itself out. An abstraction can be understood as immersion, thus reversing the direction of the view. (In category theory, this is the idea of duality.)
2014 birželio 26 d., 12:41 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pridėtos 3-6 eilutės:
Išgyvenimas
* what takes us from a Frame to an ''immersion''. In a sense, it is a map from frame to frame, and immerses us in the latter frame. In some sense, it must be frame preserving - what does that mean?
* what immerses us into a scope, which is to say, a view is the arisal of viewing as an activity, so that the scope changes - the scope (of what was true) increases or decreases - so it is possible, for example, to have a false supposition - a supposition that was supposed true but judged false - or a new supposition - a supposition thas was not considered but now supposed. In this sense, the view is alive, it is not static. And therefore its scope is intimately related to change in scope, and together these allow for life, as in anything is everything plus slack.
Pakeistos 10-13 eilutės iš
Apimties, lauko apibrėžimas
į:
Išsijudinimas
* the arisal of Activity from non-activity; likewise, understanding is the arisal of Structure from non-structure; in this way they are related to the operation [AddThree +3]. (In what sense do understanding and view make for a system of six perspectives?)

Asmens apimties
, lauko apibrėžimas
Pakeistos 17-23 eilutės iš
į:
* a ''mental space'' as in ''Mapping in Thoughts and Language'' by Gilles Fauconnier.
* the establishment of a scope for Suppositions. The suppositions that it scopes are its Perspectives and it thereby keeps them separate.

Asmens požiūrių atrinkimas
* a collection of perspectives (that lead out from a supposition (its "I")).
* the collection of perspectives that lead out from a supposition. It is what keeps them all separate. A view may be thought of as a parser or an amplifier. It is the capacity to be engaged.
Ištrintos 25-37 eilutės:

Požiūris
* the structure of Contexts

Laikysena
* Position

* the arisal of Activity from non-activity; likewise, understanding is the arisal of Structure from non-structure; in this way they are related to the operation [AddThree +3]. (In what sense do understanding and view make for a system of six perspectives?)
* the establishment of a scope for Suppositions. The suppositions that it scopes are its Perspectives and it thereby keeps them separate.
* '''a MentalSpace''' as in ''Mapping in Thoughts and Language'' by Gilles Fauconnier.
* an outlook, a model, which decides whether suppositions are true or not.
* what takes us from one understanding to another understanding.
Ištrinta 26 eilutė:
* a collection of perspectives (that lead out from a supposition (its "I")).
Pakeistos 28-30 eilutės iš
* what takes us from a Frame to an ''immersion''. In a sense, it is a map from frame to frame, and immerses us in the latter frame. In some sense, it must be frame preserving - what does that mean?
* what immerses us into a scope, which is to say, a view is the arisal of viewing as an activity, so that the scope changes - the scope (of what was true) increases or decreases - so it is possible, for example, to have a false supposition - a supposition that was supposed true but judged false - or a new supposition - a supposition thas was not considered but now supposed. In this sense, the view is alive, it is not static. And therefore its scope is intimately related to change in scope, and together these allow for life, as in anything is everything plus slack.
* Composition of views is coinciding of views with regard to some scope. As the scope reduces to nothing there is complete coinciding, even as their perspectives are kept separate.
į:
Tiesos pagrindas
* an outlook,
a model, which decides whether suppositions are true or not.

Išsaugojimas
Pakeista 34 eilutė iš:
* what maps understanding to understanding.
į:
* A view preserves Love - being one with. A view may 'see', may be engaged, more or less.
Pakeistos 36-45 eilutės iš
* the collection of perspectives that lead out from a supposition. It is what keeps them all separate. A view may be thought of as a parser or an amplifier. It is the capacity to be engaged.



* A view goes from one supposition to all suppositions.
* A view preserves Love - being one with. A view may 'see', may be engaged, more or less. We expect that:


The goal is for a one-track, deterministic thinking to be able to take up a multiple-track, nondeterministic thinking.
į:
Atvaizdis
* what maps understanding to understanding.
* what takes us
from one understanding to another understanding.
* A view goes from one supposition to all suppositions.
Pridėta 45 eilutė:
* Composition of views is coinciding of views with regard to some scope. As the scope reduces to nothing there is complete coinciding, even as their perspectives are kept separate.
2014 birželio 26 d., 12:05 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 3-6 eilutės iš
* that which we go into, when we [GoBeyondOneself go beyond ourselves]
* the structure of Contexts
* Position
* '''
the consideration of Suppositions as different''' (compare with Love which is the consideration of suppositions as the same)
į:
Išėjimas už savęs
* that which we go
into, when we go beyond ourselves

Apimties, lauko apibrėžimas
* a scoping of
the truth
Pridėtos 10-19 eilutės:

Atskyrimas
* the consideration of Suppositions as different (compare with Love which is the consideration of suppositions as the same)

Požiūris
* the structure of Contexts

Laikysena
* Position
Pakeista 25 eilutė iš:
* a scoping of the truth
į:
Pakeista 38 eilutė iš:
* A view of the unknown can distinguish more than a view of the known. Idea: A view of the unknown does not distinguish understandings, whereas a view of the known does.
į:
Pridėta 71 eilutė:
* A view of the unknown can distinguish more than a view of the known. Idea: A view of the unknown does not distinguish understandings, whereas a view of the known does.
2014 birželio 26 d., 11:59 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 25-27 eilutės iš
* A view of the unknown is a view of the Indefinite, and unlimited view. It has a scope, but the scope is not fixed, not defined. ... It has not yet mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is increasing, hence the suppositions are indefinite, and this is looking forwards. An unlimited view is that for which the supposition includes within it all of its perspectives. It is pregnant with them all, and they are differentiated within it prior to it going out as them. An unlimited view engages through and identifies with them ''all'' equally, unconditionally (it is nondeterministic). (God is all of his possibilities.)
* A view of the known is a limited view, a view of the Definite. It has a scope, and that scope is fixed, defined, established. ... It is mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is decreasing, hence the suppositions are definite, and this is looking backwards. A limited view is that for which the supposition is one of its perspectives. It differentiates them upon going beyond itself. A limited view engages through and identifies itself with ''any'' one of its perspectives (it is deterministic). (I am one of my possibilities.)
* A limited view is, so to speak, a subset of itself, whereas an unlimited view is not a subset of itself, hence contradictory, as in Russell's paradox.
į:
Pakeistos 28-29 eilutės iš
* A view goes from one supposition to all suppositions. A limited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it comes out from'', and so it is one perspective among all of them. An unlimited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it goes into'', and so it is all of the perspective. In other words, it is crucial which direction we are thinking about in defining things. An unlimited view is immersed, empathetic and endless. A limited view is framed, detached and finite.
* CategoryTheory helps us consider composition of views and what structure they preserve. Composition of views is associative in that it respects ''stepping in'' and ''stepping out''.
į:
* A view goes from one supposition to all suppositions.
Pridėtos 30-36 eilutės:


The goal is for a one-track, deterministic thinking to be able to take up a multiple-track, nondeterministic thinking.

'''Žvilgsnių sudūrimas'''

* CategoryTheory helps us consider composition of views and what structure they preserve. Composition of views is associative in that it respects ''stepping in'' and ''stepping out''.
Pakeistos 43-44 eilutės iš
The goal is for a one-track, deterministic thinking to be able to take up a multiple-track, nondeterministic thinking.
į:

'''Neapibrėžtas žvilgsnis ir apibrėžtas žvilgsnis'''
Pridėtos 54-59 eilutės:

* A limited view is, so to speak, a subset of itself, whereas an unlimited view is not a subset of itself, hence contradictory, as in Russell's paradox.
* A limited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it comes out from'', and so it is one perspective among all of them. An unlimited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it goes into'', and so it is all of the perspective. In other words, it is crucial which direction we are thinking about in defining things. An unlimited view is immersed, empathetic and endless. A limited view is framed, detached and finite.

* A view of the unknown is a view of the Indefinite, and unlimited view. It has a scope, but the scope is not fixed, not defined. ... It has not yet mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is increasing, hence the suppositions are indefinite, and this is looking forwards. An unlimited view is that for which the supposition includes within it all of its perspectives. It is pregnant with them all, and they are differentiated within it prior to it going out as them. An unlimited view engages through and identifies with them ''all'' equally, unconditionally (it is nondeterministic). (God is all of his possibilities.)
* A view of the known is a limited view, a view of the Definite. It has a scope, and that scope is fixed, defined, established. ... It is mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is decreasing, hence the suppositions are definite, and this is looking backwards. A limited view is that for which the supposition is one of its perspectives. It differentiates them upon going beyond itself. A limited view engages through and identifies itself with ''any'' one of its perspectives (it is deterministic). (I am one of my possibilities.)
2014 birželio 25 d., 13:24 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 38-47 eilutės iš
The goal is for a one-track, deterministic thinking to be able to take up a multiple-track, nondeterministic thinking.
į:
The goal is for a one-track, deterministic thinking to be able to take up a multiple-track, nondeterministic thinking.

Sulyginu Dievą su neapibrėžtu žvilgsniu ir žmogų su apibrėžtu žvilgsniu.

Apibrėžto žvilgsnio apimtis apibrėžta, o neapibrėžto žvilgsnio apimtis neapibrėžta.

* an unlimited view has the supposition identify equally, unconditionally with all of its perspectives (like a nondeterministic automata)
* a limited view has the supposition identify with Any of its perspectives (like a deterministic automata).

The unlimited view is the one for which "all statements are true" - I suppose it is the (supposed) point which goes beyond into all perspectives
.
2014 birželio 24 d., 14:07 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pridėtos 1-38 eilutės:
'''Žvilgsnis (View)'''

* that which we go into, when we [GoBeyondOneself go beyond ourselves]
* the structure of Contexts
* Position
* '''the consideration of Suppositions as different''' (compare with Love which is the consideration of suppositions as the same)
* the Observational Plane determined by an Observer.
* the acceptance of a Scope - the scope is that with regard to which a supposition is distinguished from others as either the same or different - and thereby a '''keeping separate of perspectives''', the suppositions that are considered with regard to that Scope
* the arisal of Activity from non-activity; likewise, understanding is the arisal of Structure from non-structure; in this way they are related to the operation [AddThree +3]. (In what sense do understanding and view make for a system of six perspectives?)
* the establishment of a scope for Suppositions. The suppositions that it scopes are its Perspectives and it thereby keeps them separate.
* '''a MentalSpace''' as in ''Mapping in Thoughts and Language'' by Gilles Fauconnier.
* an outlook, a model, which decides whether suppositions are true or not.
* what takes us from one understanding to another understanding.
* a scoping of the truth
* the keeping separate of perspectives.
* a collection of perspectives (that lead out from a supposition (its "I")).
* what keeps perspectives separate - to allow for exploration along separate tracks.
* what takes us from a Frame to an ''immersion''. In a sense, it is a map from frame to frame, and immerses us in the latter frame. In some sense, it must be frame preserving - what does that mean?
* what immerses us into a scope, which is to say, a view is the arisal of viewing as an activity, so that the scope changes - the scope (of what was true) increases or decreases - so it is possible, for example, to have a false supposition - a supposition that was supposed true but judged false - or a new supposition - a supposition thas was not considered but now supposed. In this sense, the view is alive, it is not static. And therefore its scope is intimately related to change in scope, and together these allow for life, as in anything is everything plus slack.
* Composition of views is coinciding of views with regard to some scope. As the scope reduces to nothing there is complete coinciding, even as their perspectives are kept separate.
* what preserves understanding.
* what maps understanding to understanding.
* closely related to "love" which has to do with the coinciding of perspectives.
* the collection of perspectives that lead out from a supposition. It is what keeps them all separate. A view may be thought of as a parser or an amplifier. It is the capacity to be engaged.
* A view of the unknown is a view of the Indefinite, and unlimited view. It has a scope, but the scope is not fixed, not defined. ... It has not yet mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is increasing, hence the suppositions are indefinite, and this is looking forwards. An unlimited view is that for which the supposition includes within it all of its perspectives. It is pregnant with them all, and they are differentiated within it prior to it going out as them. An unlimited view engages through and identifies with them ''all'' equally, unconditionally (it is nondeterministic). (God is all of his possibilities.)
* A view of the known is a limited view, a view of the Definite. It has a scope, and that scope is fixed, defined, established. ... It is mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is decreasing, hence the suppositions are definite, and this is looking backwards. A limited view is that for which the supposition is one of its perspectives. It differentiates them upon going beyond itself. A limited view engages through and identifies itself with ''any'' one of its perspectives (it is deterministic). (I am one of my possibilities.)
* A limited view is, so to speak, a subset of itself, whereas an unlimited view is not a subset of itself, hence contradictory, as in Russell's paradox.
* A view of the unknown can distinguish more than a view of the known. Idea: A view of the unknown does not distinguish understandings, whereas a view of the known does.
* A view goes from one supposition to all suppositions. A limited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it comes out from'', and so it is one perspective among all of them. An unlimited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it goes into'', and so it is all of the perspective. In other words, it is crucial which direction we are thinking about in defining things. An unlimited view is immersed, empathetic and endless. A limited view is framed, detached and finite.
* CategoryTheory helps us consider composition of views and what structure they preserve. Composition of views is associative in that it respects ''stepping in'' and ''stepping out''.
* A view preserves Love - being one with. A view may 'see', may be engaged, more or less. We expect that:
* An unlimited view of a limited view may see more than simply the limited view by itself, for example, as a post-parser that is more sensitive, in that it is able to uncover a message that was jibberish or noise to the pre-parser.
* A view may see more by taking up other views, focusing and thereby intensifying its own view.
* A view may also see less by taking up another view if it restricts its view, if there is a reduction in transparency.
* A view may, in the right context, take up views so as to cancel itself and escape itself.
* A sequence of views may, in the right circumstances, be cut in half and switched around, thus emphasizing symmetry or asymmetry, and in effect, allowing for a switch in direction. For example, the sequence human-God-human-God-human may be broken and switched around, thus identifying God (God) with God (good), and human (unknown) with human (known). Or, for example, Knowledge as the ''truth of concepts'' is related to God as the ''concept of truth'' in that it uncollapses structure by presenting it in its commuted order.
* A view may, in the right circumstances, look within itself, as Suhit Dey notes, rather than outside itself, and thereby initiate independent thinking, returning to one's thoughts, climbing out of oneself, ultimately finding a fixed point, canceling itself out. An abstraction can be understood as immersion, thus reversing the direction of the view. (In category theory, this is the idea of duality.)
The goal is for a one-track, deterministic thinking to be able to take up a multiple-track, nondeterministic thinking.

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